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Coulter’s column inspirations

A few people have asked me recently where I get ideas for my columns. I got the impression that what they were really asking was, “Why don’t you come up with better ideas?” but either way, we might as well talk...
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Grocery shopping 101, or not

Sometimes I think I’m really good at something, and it will turn out that I am not. A perfect example of this is drinking when I was younger. I thought I was the king, you know, because I could drink a lot. The...
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Gerber gospel

When I was 14 or 15 years old, I got religion for a couple of weeks. It was fine, I suppose, but it really didn’t take and still really hasn’t. I would like to think it’s not so much that I don’t believe in God...
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Ads for dogs

People are fine, I suppose, but if I’m being honest, I sort of prefer dogs most of the time. Yeah, I know, that’s not a great thing for a member of the human race to say, but it’s sort of true. It’s not the unc...
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Working woes

Pretty much everyone I’ve talked to for the last three weeks has said that work has been a busy little bastard for them lately. In all fairness, the only people who don’t say things like this are people on vaca...
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Written at the last minute

When I used to work in television news, there were pretty much always deadlines and pressure. I used to work with a guy who didn’t deal with it very well. The sad part was that he genuinely thought he did handl...
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Let’s talk about stress

I really get a kick out of stress sometimes. Don’t get me wrong; I don’t enjoy it when I have it. Stress sucks a big fat one. I usually don’t have it that much, and if I do, it’s usually something that can tota...
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The doomsday clock

I’m a little hesitant to expect good things in 2012. Not to be all gloom and doom, but you know, that whole end of the world thing could really bite everyone in the ass. Will the world really end? I sort of dou...
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Internet detox

I usually hate it when writers personally conduct some sort of huge social experiment by using themselves as guinea pigs. You know, it’s the whole, “Ooh, I pretended I was homeless for a week,” or, “I went on M...
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Buzzword breakdown

I have developed a nice little shorthand with most of the people I work with, and this is really great for me. This is because I say things like “doo hickey” and “that interweb deal.” They generally know what I...
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Coulter’s take on a classic

The best part of the holiday season is all the special shows on TV that are Christmas traditions. Charlie Brown’s Sad Assed Little Christmas Tree, Rudolph’s Tortured Nose, and Miracle on 34th Street have all be...